Try Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile in AppCode for Free!
We recently announced a new plugin for Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile development that helps you develop applications for Android and iOS using the unified Gradle project model and provides cross-language code assistance.
Currently, this plugin is available only for AppCode, a paid IDE. We’ve decided to provide a way to try this plugin for free: just fill out this form to get four free months of a personal AppCode subscription!
We hope that this additional free subscription will help those who didn’t have a chance to try the plugin during the AppCode 2021.2 EAP. Don’t forget to share your feedback with us here in the comments, in the plugin tracker, or via AppCode support!
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- Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile for AppCode
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